South Africa. My name is Olayinka Adeniyi. My experience with the program was wonderful. I am a legal practitioner/researcher/women’s rights advocate. I am the CEO of Women on the Watch (WOW) Society Initiative, a non-profit business registered in South Africa. I am a pastor’s wife, a woman in ministry, and a mother of 3. I have a passion to see women fulfilled in life and ministry and young people living out their potential and fulfilling purpose. I am a motivational speaker and author of many books which include You and the Law, Help I’m a Girl, Secrets for Girls Only, The Woman Who Wins, Every Woman Must Pay, The Father’s Heart, Loving Your Wife God’s way.
Shortly before the information of this program, I had started some innovative ideas as profit-making and development programs for young people and women. Although I had been doing some things as a registered non-profit, I needed a business that would fetch me some money to run my ideas, pay bills and be self-reliant or fulfilled. However, I needed certification and a platform to do this despite my qualification and credentials. I didn’t know about business, promotion, the 6Ps, etc.. I have been running programs, impacting people, and giving out to the community or society but I was not doing anything business-like and so I was not fulfilled. This program came at the nick of the moment. Now, I can run my ideas successfully, I’m equipped for self-reliance. I’m so excited, I can’t wait for all I can do with what I’ve learnt. I came to realize that self-reliance is not about academic qualification or status. This course is not only just for the less educated, academics like myself can benefit from it. I have found a business within my passion, skill, and talent and I can run it business-like.